August 2016, Vol. 243, No. 8

In The News

In the News

Armstrong Retains Williams CEO Position Despite Upheaval Just days after losing a bitter court fight to merge with Energy Transfer Partners, The Williams Companies announced July 1 that Frank T. MacInnis was immediately stepping down as chairman of the board of directors for personal reasons. Kathleen Cooper, a current director and Audit Committee member was named to replace him. “Recognizing that it is in the best interests of the stockholders and the company to concentrate on the future, the board of directors has thoroughly evaluated the company’s leadership structure and determined that Alan Armstrong is the right chief executive officer as the company works to continue enhancing stock

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